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Liens, Foreclosures, and Payment Plans, Oh My! Properly Managing HOA Funds During Covid
Though filing claims of lien against property owners isn't something that associations ever want to have to face, the reality is that it will likely become a common occurrence in the coming months...
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Community Association Collections in a Pandemic: Navigating the "New Normal"
Though the United States, along with the rest of the world, is in the throes of the Covid-19 pandemic, businesses and other organizations have had to do their best to continue to operate. These operat...
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How Reserve Studies Prepare Community Associations for Successful Futures
Reserve studies are essential to ensuring the financial security of community associations. When conducted properly, they aid in preparing associations for large future repairs and create a timeline s...
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Are HOAs and Condos in North Carolina and South Carolina Eligible for Coronavirus Federal Disaster F...
Content provided by Harmony Taylor of Black, Slaughter & Black P.A. Original article can be found here. Individuals, businesses, and organizations across the United States are struggling to c...
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How to Handle Increasing Member Assessments
Having a proper, fiscally responsible budget in place is necessary for the successful operation of any homeowner’s association. Just as with any budget, income and expenses must be considered - ...
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When Your Association Should Consider a Buydown Policy
Insurance coverage is one of the many important aspects of managing and protecting community assets that HOA boards of directors must keep in mind. If associations are faced with large deductibles, on...
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Crunching Numbers: What Goes Into a Community Association’s Budget?
Budgets are crucial to a community association’s financial operation. Just like for-profit businesses, association boards should work diligently to develop annual budgets that estimate revenue a...
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What to do if There are Insufficient Reserve Funds
What are reserve funds and what are they used for? Reserve funds are broken down into capital and non-capital expenses; capital would be replacing a roof; non-capital would be painting. These are IRS ...
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The Value of Partnering with Financial Institutions
Community management companies, like the rest of the world, are being targeted for fraud and the threats are growing. This includes people attempting to cash fake checks at local banks, embezzlem...
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Keeping Your Association’s Money Safe
Every board of directors of a property or community association has a lot of duties to perform – from ensuring guidelines are met and enforced to fielding casual concerns from neighbors.But perh...

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